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Durham Police Department Neighborhood Watch Organizing a Neighborhood Watch Program By Officer P.S. Stewart Slide 2 Durham Police Department Crime Prevention Officer: Penny Stewart 560-4404 ext. 29417 email: Penny.Stewart@DurhamNC.Gov District Captain: Kevin Cates 560-4583 ext. 29352 email: kevin.cates@DurhamNC.Gov District Lieutenant: John Shelton 560-4583 ext. 29354 email: Jerry.yount@DurhamNC.Gov Slide 3 Durham Police Department District 3 80,000 Residents 29 Square Miles 4 Squads/11 Officers each Slide 4 Durham Police Department Objectives Define the term Crime Prevention List the three elements that make up a crime. Define Neighborhood Watch List the duties of the block captain and members. OPERATION IDENTIFICATION Slide 5 Durham Police Department Objectives Continued Telephone Tree / Phone Master The Five Ws when Calling 911 Neighborhood Resources Identify the types of locks used in residential homes. Identifying Suspects/Vehicles Slide 6 Durham Police Department Crime Prevention Crime Prevention is defined as the anticipation, recognition, and appraisal of a crime risk, and the initiation of some action to remove or reduce the crime risk. Slide 7 Durham Police Department Elements necessary for a crime: Victim Criminal Opportunity Slide 8 Durham Police Department Neighborhood Watch Neighborhood Watch is a Crime Prevention Program which enlists the active participation of citizens in cooperation with law enforcement to reduce crime in their communities. Slide 9 Durham Police Department Duties of the Block Captain Plan Block Meetings / Gatherings Relay information to all residents. Record Resident Information: Names, Addresses, Phone Numbers, Email, Cars Coordinate Representation at the PAC Meetings Point of Contact for Your Crime Prevention Officer Slide 10 Durham Police Department Telephone Tree Odd NumberEven NumberOdd Number Even Number Name, Address, Phone #Name, Address, Phone # Slide 11 Durham Police Department Members Responsibilities: Be alert Look out for your community Learn whats Normal and whats Not Report ALL Suspicious Activity If in doubt, call 911 Slide 12 Durham Police Department Neighborhood Watch Signs Slide 13 Durham Police Department Slide 14 5 Ws to Remember When Calling 911 What When Who Where Weapon ***Changes in activity*** Slide 15 Durham Police Department Slide 16 Residential Locks Dead Bolts Single Cylinder/Double Cylinder Attach hardware with 3 Screws Slide 17 Durham Police Department Community Resources DURHAMPOLICE.COM Click on Crimemapper Dist. 3 Partners Against Crime (PAC) Meets every 2 nd Saturday each month 10:00 a.m. Lyon Park Rec. Center 1313 Halley St. PAC 3 Listserv email@example.com Slide 18 Durham Police Department Resources Continued Citizens Observer Patrol Uniform Patrol, Captain, Lt. and Crime Prevention Officer District 3 Slide 19 Durham Police Department Project Safe Neighborhoods Coordinator (919) 560-4322 Slide 20 Durham Police Department Slide 21 Durham One Call One Stop Shop for City Services Slide 22 Durham Police Department Slide 23 Conclusion This has been the Neighborhood Watch Program Baton passed to the Community Block Captain Telephone Tree Block Map Neighborhood Watch Sign Slide 24 Durham Police Department Crime Prevention Officer: Penny Stewart 560-4404 ext. 29417 email: Penny.Stewart@DurhamNC.Gov District Captain: Kevin Cates 560-4583 ext. 29352 email: Kevin.Cates@DurhamNC.Gov District Lieutenant: Jerry Yount 560-4583 ext. 29354 email: Jerry.yount@DurhamNC.Gov Slide 25 Durham Police Department Durham City Police Department Crime Prevention Unit Thank you for Coming ! Officer: Penny Stewart